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The Eva Hart, Chadwell Heath - pub details

Eva Hart

Address: 1128, High St, Chadwell Heath, Romford, Essex, RM6 4AH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7154) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chadwell Heath (0.2 miles), Goodmayes (1 mile), Seven Kings (1.6 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 4.2/10 (rated by 31 users)
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The Eva Hart was our first pub of the day for breakfast and a pint on Saturday. It's a large corner pub which feels very spacious inside. I gather Eva Hart was one of the survivors from the Titanic. Breakfast was fine and the ale selection was good - Nethergate Growler, Greene King Abbot & Abbot Reserve, Weltons Topper Mild, Trumans Runner & Budburst, Sixpoint Make It Rain, Morland Old Speckled Hen, Adnams Broadside, Sharps Doom Bar & Ruddles Best. Ciders were Old Rosie & Black Dragon. Service was fine too. No sign of any fights at 9am!
blue_scrumpy - 18 May 2015 18:14
If William Hill had odds on the 'pub most likely to have actual crackheads/glue sniffers in it', then I would re-mortgage my house, sell all my worldly possesions, and stake the whole pile of cash all on The Eva.

A seriously odd mixture of creatures; old alcoholics, sweaty-faced chavs in Diadora tracksuits, suited and booted city folk on their way home from work, and of course, your classic crackheads.

Every time I've been into this place, I've witnessed a fight of some kind. The most memorable last weekend was a group of coked-up young males, (all side partings and fake Ralph Lauren) who after a verbal spitting match, proceeded to punch the walls closest to them, repeatedly, in order to shake of that cokey damn testosterone. This, hilariously, ended in both of them bonding over collective broken fingers.

The house beer and wine are cheap enough, and the pub is nice and big, with active barstaff, so you'll never be squashed into sardine-like proportions, thankfully.

However, don't forget your 'GEEZA' coat when you leave for a night out here please.
foofoobooboo - 27 Apr 2012 03:40
Was really peeved over Easter when this pub with wetherspoons resources ran out of almost every draft. It's a great place normally - a morning clique maybe grumpy - but its a local, their local. But every time I go there, new faces can be found. Bar service can be slow at peak times, as I guess is true everywhere. New management understanding of shortcomings and looking to improve. Still the best of the bunch in Chadwell Heath, except White Horse - though that is expensive.
lobat - 7 Jul 2011 23:49
Sadly we do have the same problem with this pub as with most wetherspoons pubs, which is that we have the usual wetherspoons drinkers who go just for the cheap beer, and haven't learnt the concept of washing oneself. Yes there can be a large collection of chavs sitting outside with their bottles of wine, and annoying voices.

However the good point about this pub is that there are a lot more beers on offer, and their new manager had recently started who seems to know what he is talking about with ales. I had a good talk with him about the beers, and he admitted to there being a few problems, which he is sorting out, and was going through the ideas about setting up beers festivals, and getting certain beers in for customers. So I'd say that if you had a bad experience in this pub with beers then give it another chance, because from what I hear, this same manager had been in the pub in Hornchurch and the beers there were always good.
Spartan487 - 21 Jun 2011 15:12
Six pints retuned on five seperate visits. Take my advice if you like your ale AVOID this pub. As a CAMRA member I will pass my concerns to them.
largemick - 11 May 2011 15:48

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